LIEBERT TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SURGE SUPPRESSOR

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LIEBERT TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SURGE SUPPRESSOR
POWER PROTECTION
Interceptor II, SAD Hybrid Advantage, Type SS, LM,
AccuVar, PowerSure LPM/LPL Series, ATF Series,
PanelGuard Extension, AccuGuide Products
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND
MAINTENANCE MANUAL
Surge
Suppression
Systems
®
LIEBERT SURGE PROTECTIVE DEVICE
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION .....................................................................................................
Unpacking and Preliminary Inspection............................................................................................
Handling Considerations.................................................................................................................
Storage ...........................................................................................................................................
Location Considerations .................................................................................................................
Door Closing Adjustments ..............................................................................................................
Warnings Defined ...........................................................................................................................
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2
2
2
2
2
2
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ............................................................................................................
Voltage Ratings and Power Source Configurations........................................................................
Parallel Connection.........................................................................................................................
Voltage Ratings and Power Source Configurations (Chart)............................................................
Typical Parallel Connections ..........................................................................................................
System Grounding and Bonding .....................................................................................................
SPD Monitoring...............................................................................................................................
3
3
3
4
5
6
6
TROUBLESHOOTING / SERVICING / MAINTENANCE......................................................................
Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................................................
Servicing .........................................................................................................................................
Corrective Maintenance ..................................................................................................................
Preventative Maintenance (Inspection and Cleaning) ....................................................................
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7
7
7
7
PRODUCT INSTALLATIONS ............................................................................................................... 8
Typical Parallel Installation – Type SI, HA, SS, LM, ACV, LPM, & LPL.......................................... 8
Active Tracking Filter – Type ATF Series ....................................................................................... 10
Type LPGE Series .......................................................................................................................... 12
AccuGuide Series ........................................................................................................................... 13
DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION...........................................................................................................
Interceptor II – Type SI Series ........................................................................................................
Hybrid Advantage – Type HA Series ..............................................................................................
AccuVar Series ...............................................................................................................................
Active Tracking Filter – Type ATF Series .......................................................................................
Type SS Series ...............................................................................................................................
Type LM Series...............................................................................................................................
PowerSure Medium Exposure – Type LPM Series.........................................................................
PowerSure Low Exposure – Type LPL Series................................................................................
Type LPGE Series ..........................................................................................................................
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21
EXAMPLE INSTALLATIONS................................................................................................................ 22
WARRANTY INFORMATION ............................................................................................................... 23
10 Year Warranty............................................................................................................................ 23
5 Year Warranty.............................................................................................................................. 25
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The Liebert Surge Protective Devices (SPDs) are high quality,
high energy surge current diversion systems designed to protect
sensitive equipment from damaging transient voltage surges.
Proper installation is required for maximum system
performance.
The installer should perform the following steps to assure a
quality installation. The entire installation manual should be
read before starting installation. These instructions do not
replace national or local electrical codes. Check applicable
electrical codes to ensure compliance. Installation of the
Liebert SPD system should only be performed by qualified
personnel.
UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION
Unpacking and Preliminary Inspection
1.
2.
3.
Inspect the shipping crate(s) for damage or signs of
mishandling before unpacking the unit.
Remove any securing bands and cardboard packing and
inspect the unit for any obvious shipping damages.
If any damage as a result of shipping is observed,
immediately file a claim with the shipping agency and
forward a copy to your local Liebert Sales Representative.
Handling Considerations
Larger units are bolted to a shipping pallet to facilitate handling
by forklift or pallet jack. Check the size and weight. Refer to
the cabinet data furnished with the unit.
Storage
The unit should be stored in a clean, dry environment. Storage
temperature range is -55ºC (-67ºF) to +85ºC (+185ºF). Care
should be taken to avoid condensation. All packing and
shipping materials should be left intact until the unit is ready
for final installation. If the unit has been stored for an extended
period of time, the unit should be cleaned and carefully
inspected before placing into service.
EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE!!
For maximum system performance, the unit must
be located as close to the protected circuit as
practical to minimize interconnecting wiring
length.
For optimum transient surge protection, coordinated surge
suppression should be applied at the service entrance and all
other electrical connections to the building (telephone, CATV,
etc.), at known surge generating loads within the building
(large motors, arc welders, switched capacitors, etc.), as well as
at sensitive electronic loads (such as computers, electronic
appliances, solid state motor drives, etc.). For interconnected
electronic loads (such as by way of data cabling), transient
surge suppression should also be applied to the interconnecting
wiring (data cables).
Mounting – Unit is intended to be wall mounted. Refer to
individual instruction sheet or unit submittal drawings for
typical mounting dimensions and weight.
Warnings Defined
DANGER
Danger: Indicates an
imminently hazardous situation
that, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury. This
signal word is to be limited to
the most extreme situations.
!
WARNING
Warning: Indicates a potentially
hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
!
CAUTION
!
Location Considerations
Environment – The unit is designed for operation indoors in
ambient temperatures of -40ºC (-40ºF) to +60ºC (+140ºF) with
a relative humidity of 0% to 95% (non-condensing).
The unit is provided in an industrial use enclosure, which is
dust-tight and drip-tight and should not be installed in areas
with excessive dust, corrosive vapors, flammable materials or
explosive atmospheres.
Audible Noise – The audible noise of the unit is less than 40
dB at 5 feet, which allows its placement within almost any
room if desired.
Service Clearances – Service clearance is needed for units
with hinged doors on the front that are capable of being
opened. Thirty-six inches (36 in / 914 mm) minimum is
recommended.
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Caution: Indicates a potentially
hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury. It may also be
used to alert against unsafe
practices.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
All electrical connections should be installed by a qualified Overcurrent Protection – The SPD unit conducts practically no
(licensed) electrician only. All wiring must comply with the current under normal operation and only conducts very short
National Electrical Code (NEC) and applicable local codes.
duration transient surge currents.
!
DANGER
VERIFY THAT ALL POWER CIRCUITS
ARE DE-ENERGIZED AND LOCKED
OUT BEFORE MAKING ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS.
Voltage Ratings and
Power Source Configurations
!
CAUTION
Before making connections to the unit, verify that the unit model
number and nameplate voltage rating are appropriate for
connection to the intended power source. See the chart on page 4
for voltage rating applications with typical power source
configurations.
The following is from the National Electric Code 2002 Edition.
285.21 Connection. Where a TVSS is installed, it shall be
connected as follows:
(A) Location.
(1) Service Supplied Building or Structure. The transient
voltage surge suppressor shall be connected on the load
side of a service disconnect overcurrent device required
in 230.91.
(2) Feeder Supplied Building or Structure. The transient
voltage surge suppressor shall be connected on the load
side of the first overcurrent device at the building or
structure.
Exception to (1) and (2): Where the TVSS is also listed as a
surge arrestor, the connection shall be as permitted by
Article 280.
(3) Separately Derived System. The TVSS shall be
connected on the load side of the first overcurrent
device in a separately derived system.
Parallel Connection (see Figures on page 5)
With parallel connection, the length of the wiring to the surge Disconnect Switch (If Provided) – All SPD units must still be
protective device (SPD) unit must be minimized for best connected to the load side of the main service disconnect, or load
performance. Wires should be as short and straight as side of a protected circuit’s disconnecting means.
possible.
Surge Voltage Ratings – To obtain the suppression voltage
To reduce the wiring impedance to surge currents, it is ratings (SVRs), as obtained by Underwriters Laboratory,
recommended that the phase, neutral (if required), and ground Incorporated, in accordance with the Standard for Safety,
conductors are twisted together and routed in the same raceway Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors (TVSS), Standard 1449,
Second Edition, dated August 15, 1996, marked on this product,
(conduit). Avoid any sharp bends in the conductors.
The wire size listed for each product must be utilized to connect
Wire Sizing – With parallel connection, the size of the wiring to the unit to your facilities’ power grid. Connections made with
the SPD unit is independent of the protected circuit’s ampacity. conductors other that the wire size listed may result in different
SVRs.
For suggested wire size refer to individual product sheet.
NEC Article 285-21(B) requires surge suppressor connecting Circuit Ampacity Limitations – Representative samples of these
products have been investigated by Underwriters Laboratories,
conductors to be at least #14 copper or #12 aluminum.
Incorporated to withstand, without exposing live circuits or
components at system voltages and fault currents ranging from
14,000 AIC up to 200,000 AIC, as described in the Standard for
Safety, Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor (TVSS), Standard
1449, Second Edition, dated August 15, 1996. Verify each
products fault current rating on the individual installation pages
that follow.
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VOLTAGE RATINGS & POWER SOURCE CONFIGURATIONS
Nominal Operating Voltage
Source Configurations
Maximum
Continuous
Operating
Voltage
Model Voltage
Code (Found in
part number)
L-N
L-G
L-L
120
230
277
346
120
230
277
346
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
150 L-N
275 L-N
320 L-N
420 L-N
120N or 120230N or 230277N or 277346N or 346-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
208
240
400
480
600
208
240
400
480
600
300 L-L
300 L-L
580 L-L
580 L-L
680 L-L
208L or 208240L or 240400L or 400480L or 480600L or 600-
120
240, 277
346
120
240, 277
346
208, 240
480
600
150 L-N
320 L-N
420 L-N
120S
240S
346S
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
208
240
400
480
600
208
240
400
480
600
300 L-L
300 L-L
580 L-L
580 L-L
680 L-L
208D
240D
400D
480D
600D
A/ B/C
120/240/120
240/480/240
A/ B/C
120/240/120
240/480/240
240
480
A&C/B
150/320 L-N
320/580 L-N
240H
480H
120
127
220
230
254
277
346
120
127
220
230
254
277
346
208
220
380
400
440
480
600
150 L-N
150 L-N
320 L-N
320 L-N
320 L-N
320 L-N
420 L-N
120Y
127Y
220Y
230Y
254Y
277Y
346Y
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
120
127
220
230
254
277
346
208
220
380
400
440
480
600
150 L-G
150 L-G
320 L-G
320 L-G
320 L-G
320 L-G
420 L-G
120X or 120Y110
127X or 127Y110
220X or 220Y110
230X or 230Y110
254X or 254Y110
277X or 277Y110
346X or 346Y110
Single Phase L-N, 2 W + G
Single Phase L-L, 2 W + G
Split Single Phase 3 W + G
Three Phase Delta, 3 W + G
Three Phase Delta Hi Leg, 4 W + G
Three Phase Wye, 4 W + G
Three Phase Wye, 3 W + G No Neutral
Note 1: For other voltages or source configurations, consult factory.
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Neutral
Phases
Ground
To
Protected
Loads
Liebert
Surge
Protective
Device
Protected
Panel
Wire should be
less than 5 feet
and straight as
possible
Typical Parallel Connections (without Internal Rotary Disconnect)
Neutral
Phases
Ground
To
Protected
Loads
Liebert
Surge
Protective
Device
Protected
Panel
Wire should be
less than 5 feet
and straight as
possible
Typical Parallel Connections (with Internal Rotary Disconnect)
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System Grounding and Bonding
!
The performance and safety of any SPD system is dependent
on proper grounding and bonding. Grounding is required for
safety. Correct implementation also enhances equipment
performance. Incorrect grounding can reduce or impede the
SPD’s operation.
FOR PROPER AND SAFE OPERATION, THE NEUTRAL, (IF PROVIDED),
MUST BE RELIABLY CONNECTED TO
THE NEUTRAL OF THE SOURCE.
FAILURE TO PROVIDE A RELIABLE
NEUTRAL
CONNECTION
MAY
RESULT IN MODULE FAILURE!
All electrical circuits to the SPD must include an equipmentgrounding conductor as required by the NEC and local codes.
An insulated grounding conductor is required in addition to any
metallic raceway, which may be used as a grounding
conductor.
For parallel-connected SPDs, the grounding
conductor should be the same wire size as the associated power
conductors. Grounding conductors must be routed with the
associated power conductors in the same raceway (conduit).
When metallic raceways are used, adequate electrical
continuity must be maintained at all raceway connections,
particularly raceway terminations to the electrical enclosures.
The use of isolating bushings or other means to interrupt a
metallic conduit run is a potential safety hazard and is not
recommended.
Grounding Electrode – Surge protective devices do not
discharge all surges to ground (earth). Surge protective devices
divert the surge current back to its source to complete the
electrical circuit.
In the case of lightning whose potential is developed with
respect to the earth, the SPD diverts the surge current to the
grounding electrode (earth connection). However, for most
transient surges that are developed by switching loads, the SPD
diverts the surge current back to its source without involving
the grounding electrode.
For proper SPD performance, the service entrance grounding
electrode system must comply with the NEC by having all
available electrodes (building steel, metal water pipe, driven
rods, concrete encased electrodes, etc.) properly bonded
together and connected to the power system grounding.
The use of a separate grounding electrode to ground the SPD
defeats the effectiveness of the SPD, is a potential safety
hazard, may cause equipment damage, is an NEC violation
(reference NEC 250-51 and 250-54), and is not recommended.
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SPD Monitoring
External Status Indicators – These indicators provide a
summary of the status of the surge SPD module. For normal
conditions, the green “OK” LED is illuminated and the red
“Service” LED is extinguished. If the surge SPD module
requires replacement, the green “OK” LED is turned off and
the red “Service” LED illuminated.
Summary Alarm Contact (if applicable) – Summary alarm
Form C (1 N.O. and 1 N.C.) relay contacts may be provided for
remote indication of the failed surge SPD module.
Contacts are rated 5 amps at 250 VAC maximum with a power
factor of 1.0. For units with Summary Alarm Contacts, access
to the contacts are typically provided via contact terminals
located on the printed circuit board mounted on the inside of
the unit’s cover.
Transient Counter (if applicable) – Transient counters are
provided for transient voltage surge monitoring. The counter
totalizes surges monitored since the last counter reset.
The transient counter monitors line transient voltages. The
circuit totalizes all surges that deviate from the line sine wave
envelope by more than a selected percentage. The factory
setting is 30% over nominal line voltage. Other settings include
50%, 70%, and 100%.
Swell Counter (if applicable) – Swell counters are provided
for line voltages that rise 30% above the nominal line voltage
for more than 50msec. The counter totalizes swells monitored
since the last counter reset.
Audible Alarm (if applicable) – If the surge SPD module
requires replacement, an audible alarm is activated to draw
attention to the fact that repair service is required to restore the
system to normal operation. An audible alarm disable is
provided to silence the alarm. The system will automatically
reset itself after repair. The audible alarm switch and “Service”
LED can be tested by depressing the “Test” switch on the
system monitor panel.
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TROUBLESHOOTING / SERVICING / MAINTENANCE
Troubleshooting
If status failure indication occurs or Form C relay has changed
states, a qualified electrician shall first determine if the systems
voltage and proper phasing exists.
If the SPD remains in an alarm condition once the electrician is
satisfied that the electrical system and its connections are
normal, the unit should be repaired. At this point consult the
factory, having available the following information:
• Unit identification number – (refers to the model and serial
numbers detailed on the data label and is located on the
front or upper left [hinge] side of the enclosure.)
• Nature of problem – (including status of all status
indicators and alarms).
Servicing
!
DANGER
ONLY
QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL
SHOULD PERFORM MAINTENANCE
ON THE SYSTEM.
HAZARDOUS
VOLTAGES
ARE
PRESENT INSIDE THE UNIT DURING
NORMAL OPERATIONS.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY PRE-CAUTIONS
MUST
BE
FOLLOWED
WHEN
SERVICING THIS UNIT.
Corrective Maintenance
The Liebert SPD is designed for years of trouble-free
operation. However, even the most reliable equipment may fail
under abnormal conditions.
Diagnostic indicators are provided to indicate when the unit
needs replacement (see individual SPD operation of this
manual for details). To ensure continuity of surge protection,
failed units should be replaced at the earliest convenient service
opportunity.
When replacing surge modules, other components should be
inspected for damage and replaced if necessary. Standard
electrical troubleshooting procedures should be used to isolate
problems other than failed surge current diverter modules.
When replacing components, for continued proper operation
and safety, replace only with identically rated components.
Please contact factory for information on replacement parts.
Preventative Maintenance
(Inspection and Cleaning)
Periodic system inspections, cleaning, and connection checks
are recommended to ensure reliable system performance and
continued surge transient protection.
It is difficult to establish a schedule for preventative
maintenance since conditions vary from site to site.
Inspections for failed surge modules using available
diagnostics should be done routinely (weekly or monthly).
TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRICAL
SHOCK, TURN OFF AND LOCK OUT
ALL POWER SOURCES TO THE UNIT
BEFORE SERVICING UNIT.
(For servicing assistance, contact your local
Liebert Sales Representative or Liebert at 800288-6169 or 607-724-2484.)
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Typical Parallel Installations
Surge Protective Devices (SPD)
Interceptor II
Type SI Series
Hybrid Advantage
Type HA Series
PowerSure Medium Exposure
Type LPM Series
Type SS Series
AccuVar Series
Type LM Series
PowerSure Low Exposure
Type LPL Series
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Insure that all power is removed before beginning installation. A qualified licensed electrician shall install all
electrical connections.
2.
The SPD is provided in the enclosure type listed below. NEMA 12 enclosures are suitable for use in indoor
installations. NEMA 3R, NEMA 4 or NEMA 4X enclosures are suitable for use in indoor or outdoor installations.
SPD
Type SI
Type HA
Type SS
Type LM
3.
Standard
Enclosure
NEMA 4
NEMA 12
NEMA 4X
NEMA 12
Type ACV
Type LPM
Standard
Enclosure
NEMA 4X
NEMA 12
Optional
Enclosures
N/A
NEMA 3R, 4, 4X
Type LPL
ABS Plastic 94V-0
NEMA 1
SPD
Determine where the SPD is to be mounted, allowing for minimum length of wire between itself and the input
power terminals of the service panel. Punch or cut proper hole size in the side of the SPD closest to the
knockout to be utilized in the service panel. Drill mounting holes in wall at location picked for SPD next to
service panel using mounting dimensions shown in the tables on the “Dimensional Information” pages in this
manual. Mount surge suppressor using the hardware listed.
SPD
Type SI (Page 15)
Type HA (Page 16)
Type SS (Page 18)
Type LM (Page 18)
4.
Optional
Enclosures
NEMA 4X
NEMA 3R, 4, 4X
N/A
NEMA 3R, 4, 4X
Mounting Hardware
3/8-16
3/8-16
¼-20
¼-20
SPD
Type ACV (Page 16)
Type LPM (Page 19)
Type LPL (Page 20)
Mounting Hardware
#10
10-32
6-32
The SPD has obtained the short circuit current rating shown below.
SPD
Short Circuit Current Rating
SPD
Short Circuit Current Rating
Type SI
Type ACV
200,000 Symmetrical Amperes
200,000 Symmetrical Amperes
Type HA 200,000 Symmetrical Amperes
Type LPM
65,000 Symmetrical Amperes
Type SS
Type LPL
65,000 Symmetrical Amperes
14,000 Symmetrical Amperes
Type LM 200,000 Symmetrical Amperes
Circuit Ampacity Limitations. Representative samples of these products have been investigated by Underwriters
Laboratories, Incorporated to withstand, without exposing live circuits or components at system voltages and fault currents
of up to the rating shown above, as described in the Standard for Safety, Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor (TVSS),
Standard 1449, Second Edition, dated August 15, 1996.
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An external circuit breaker is not necessary for over-current protection for most units (LPL Units
require a 30A circuit breaker). However, it is recommended that the SPD be connected in series with
a circuit breaker denoted in the tables below (also indicated on the “Dimensional Information” pages
in this manual). The SPD shall be connected in accordance with all national and local electrical
codes.
5.
Connect black wires (line or phase) marked L1/A, L2/B or L3/C, the white wire (neutral) marked N,
and the green wire (ground) marked G, of the SPD using the wire range listed below. To yield the
best performance of the SPD within the electrical distribution system, keep all conductors as short as
possible and avoid sharp bends.
If the SPD model is a Wye configured unit (4W+G), and a Neutral
connection is not available, please contact factory.
Series
Interceptor II
Hybrid Advantage
SS Series
LM Series
AccuVar
PowerSure LPM
PowerSure LPL
Model #
SI016 - SI025
SI032 - SI050
SI060 - SI075
SI100
Hxxxxx111 (250kA)
Hxxxxx222 (320kA)
Hxxxxx333 (400kA)
Hxxxxx444 (750kA)
All Units
LM060 - LM080
LM100 - LM125
LM150
LM200 - LM250
All Units
All Units
All Units
Suggested Breaker Size
60 Amp
80 Amp
80 Amp
100 Amp
60 Amp
80 Amp
80 Amp
80 Amp
60 Amp
40 Amp
40 Amp
80 Amp
100 Amp
30 Amp
30 Amp
30 Amp
Wire Range
#6 - #4
#4 - #2
#4 - #2
#2 - 1/O
#6 - #4
#4 - #2
#4 - #2
#4 - #2
#6 - #4
#8 - #6
#8 - #6
#4 - #2
#4 - #2
#10
Included with Unit
Included with Unit
Surge Voltage Ratings. To obtain the suppression voltage ratings (SVRs), as obtained by Underwriters Laboratory,
Incorporated, in accordance with the Standard for Safety, Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors (TVSS), Standard 1449,
Second Edition, dated August 15, 1996, marked on this product, the suggested wire size must be utilized to connect the unit
to your facilities power grid. Connections made with conductors other than the size provided may result in different SVRs.
6.
Connection to Form ‘C’ contacts shall be with #18 – 22 AWG. The ratings of the Form ‘C’ contacts
are 5 amps at 250 VAC maximum with a power factor of 1.0.
7.
Apply power. The surge protector is fully operational when the GREEN LEDs on the modules and
the front door of enclosure are illuminated. If the GREEN LEDs are extinguished or a RED LED is
illuminated, check to ensure that power is applied to the SPD. If an abnormal indication is present,
remove power to the SPD and contact Liebert/Control Concepts at 1-800-288-6169 or 1-607-7242484.
8.
Periodically monitor the status of the LEDs. Reduced protection exists if the GREEN LEDs are
extinguished or the RED LED is illuminated. Please contact Liebert/Control Concepts at 1-800-2886169 or 1-607-724-2484.
9.
The protection modules in these SPDs may be replaceable, contact Liebert/Control Concepts for
replacement. (Note: ACV, LPM, & LPL units do not have replaceable modules.)
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Liebert Active Tracking Filter
Type ATF Series
Surge Protective Device (SPD)
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Ampacity: The filter’s maximum continuous current (Ampere) rating must be greater than or equal to
the protected load’s full load amps or overcurrent protection (Circuit Breaker) rating.
Insure that all power is removed before beginning installation. A qualified licensed electrician shall
install all electrical connections
The SPD is provided in a NEMA 3R, NEMA 4, NEMA 4X or NEMA 12 enclosure. The SPD is suitable
for use in indoor (NEMA 12) or outdoor (NEMA 3R, 4, 4X) installations.
Determine where the SPD is to be mounted. Punch or cut proper hole size in the side of the SPD
closest to the knockout to be utilized in the service panel. Wall Mounted Units: Drill mounting holes in
wall at location picked for SPD next to service panel using mounting dimension from the tables on
page 17. Mount surge suppressor using 3/8-16 hardware or equivalent.
Units up to 225 amps are suitable for short circuit current ratings up to 25,000 amps. For short circuit
currents up to 50,000 amps, Class RK5 fuses sized up to 125% of the filter’s continuous current rating
are required. Units rated at 400 to 800 amps are suitable for available symmetrical short circuit
currents up to 50,000 amps. For short circuit currents up to 100,000 amps, Class L Fuses sized up to
125% of the filter’s continuous current rating are required. Units 1200 amps and above are suitable for
available symmetrical short circuit currents up to 200,000 amps.
For best performance, keep input and output wiring separated as much as practical to eliminate input–
to–output coupling of noise and transients. Do not route input and output wiring in the same raceway.
If practical, terminate input and output raceways (conduits) at opposite ends of the active tracking filter
enclosure (input near the top and output near the bottom).
The Liebert Active Tracking Filter System is wired in-line (in series) with the protected load(s). See
Figures on the following page.
Terminals are provided inside the Liebert Active Tracking Filter System for the line (phase), neutral (if
used), transient ground, and equipment safety ground connections. See page 11 for terminal wire size
ranges.
Connect black wires (line or phase) marked L1/A, L2/B or L3/C, the white wire (neutral) marked N, and
the green wire (ground) marked G, of the SPD using the wire range listed in the table on page 12 in
accordance with the National Electric Code (NEC) Article 285 and all local codes. To yield the best
performance of the SPD within the electrical distribution system, avoid sharp bends.
Connection to the Form ‘C’ contacts shall be with #18 – 22 AWG. Contacts are rated 5 amps at 250
VAC maximum with a power factor of 1.0.
Apply power. The surge protector is fully operational when the GREEN LEDs on the modules and the
front door of enclosure are illuminated. If the GREEN LEDs are extinguished or the RED LED is
illuminated, check to ensure that power is applied to the SPD. If an abnormal indication is present,
remove power to the SPD and contact Liebert/Control Concepts at 1-800-288-6169 or 1-607-7242484.
Periodically monitor the status of the LEDs. Reduced protection exists if the GREEN LEDs are
extinguished or the RED LED is illuminated. Please contact Liebert/Control Concepts at 1-800-2886169 or 1-607-724-2484.
The protection modules in these SPDs are replaceable, contact Liebert/Control Concepts for
replacement.
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Typical Series Connections for Wye (4 Wire + Ground) or Single Phase (3 Wire + Ground) System
Typical Series Connections for Delta (3 Wire + Ground) System
TERMINAL WIRE SIZE RANGE
FILTER
CONTINUOUS
CURRENT
RATING
PHASE AND
NEUTRAL
TERMINALS
TRANSIENT
GROUND
TERMINAL
SAFETY
GROUND
TERMINAL
30 –100 A
225 A
400 A
800 A
1200 A
2000 A
4000 A
# 14 – 2/0 (1)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (1)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (2)
2.75 x .50 Cu Busbar (3)
(2x) 6.0 x .25 Cu Busbar (3)
(3x) 6.0 x .25 Cu Busbar (3)
(5x) 6.0 x .25 Cu Busbar (3)
# 14 – 2/0 (5)
# 14 – 2/0 (5)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (2)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (2)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (2)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (2)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (2)
# 14 - # 4 (4)
# 10 – 1/0 (4)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (4)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (4)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (4)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (2)
# 6 – 250 kcmil (2)
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Single lug with single connection for Input and Output.
Single lug with dual connection for Input and Output.
Units must be installed with Busbar(s) only! Wire lugs are not U.L. approved.
Single lug with single connection.
Single lug with dual connection.
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Liebert Type LPGE Series
Surge Protective Device (SPD)
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Insure that all power is removed before beginning installation. A qualified licensed electrician shall install all
electrical connections
The unit is provided in a NEMA 1 rated industrial-use enclosure and should be installed in areas only
appropriate for NEMA 1.
The unit is to be wall mounted in an area where sufficient access and working space around the cabinet can
be assured. (See NEC Section 110-16.) Position the SPD opposite the incoming feed to the panelboard. For
example, if the panelboard is supplied through the top of its enclosure, mount the SPD at the bottom of the
panelboard.
Knockouts for connection of the suppressor to the panelboard back box are provided on top, bottom, and sides
of the unit’s enclosure. The diameters of the knockouts vary to accommodate conduit / collar diameters of 1/2
in. to 1 1/4 in. The proper size busing (diameter and length) must be selected to protect the conductors as
they transition from the SPD to the panelboard conductor, and to maintain the cosmetic integrity of the Liebert
LPGE Series Surge Protection Device.
When connecting the SPD to the panelboard, it is important that the panelboards interior and the SPD are
protected from any metal shavings, which may result. An inspection and cleaning of the LPGE should be
performed before applying power.
Representative samples of this product have been investigated by Underwriters Laboratories, Incorporated to
withstand, without exposing live circuits or components at system voltages and fault currents of up to 200,000
AIC, as described in the Standard for Safety, Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor (TVSS), Standard 1449,
Second Edition, dated August 15, 1996.
An external circuit breaker is not necessary for over-current protection. However, it is recommended that the
SPD be connected in series with a 30A circuit breaker. The SPD shall be connected in accordance with all
national and local electrical codes.
To obtain the suppression voltage ratings (SVRs), as obtained by Underwriters Laboratory, Incorporated, in
accordance with the Standard for Safety, Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors (TVSS), Standard 1449,
Second Edition, dated August 15, 1996,marked on this product, #8 AWG wire must be utilized to connect the
unit to your facilities power grid. Connections made with conductors other that #8 AWG may result in different
SVRs.
Connect black wires (line or phase) marked L1/A, L2/B or L3/C, the white wire (neutral) marked N, and the
green wire (ground) marked G, of the SPD using the wire range listed in the table below in accordance with the
National Electric Code (NEC) Article 285 and all local codes. To yield the best performance of the SPD within
the electrical distribution system, keep all conductors as short as possible and avoid sharp bends.
Connection to the Form ‘C’ contacts shall be with #18 – 22 AWG. Contacts are rated 5 amps at 250 VAC
maximum with a power factor of 1.0.
Apply power. The surge protector is fully operational when the GREEN LEDs are illuminated. If the GREEN
LEDs are extinguished, check to ensure that power is applied to the SPD. If an abnormal indication is present,
remove power to the SPD and contact Liebert/Control Concepts at 1-800-288-6169 or 1-607-724-2484.
Periodically monitor the status of the LEDs. Reduced protection exists if the GREEN LEDs are extinguished.
Please contact Liebert/Control Concepts at 1-800-288-6169 or 1-607-724-2484.
The protection modules in these SPDs are replaceable, contact Liebert/Control Concepts for replacement.
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Liebert AccuGuide Series
SPD Interconnect Assembly
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
All electrical connections shall be installed by a qualified (licensed) electrician. All wiring must comply with
the National Electrical Code (NEC) and applicable local codes.
National Electrical Code (NEC) Considerations
The National Electrical Code Article 240-21 details specific tap rules that should be considered before
installation.
NEC 240.21 Location in Circuit. Overcurrent protection shall be provided in each ungrounded circuit conductor and shall be located
at the point where the conductors receive their supply except as specified in 240.21(A) through (G). No conductor supplied under the
provisions of 240.21(A) through (G) shall supply another conductor under those provisions, except through an overcurrent protective
device meeting the requirements of 240.4.
(A) Branch-Circuit Conductors. Branch-circuit tap conductors meeting the requirements specified in 210.19 shall be
permitted to have overcurrent protection located as specified in that section.
(B) Feeder Taps. Conductors shall be permitted to be tapped, without overcurrent protection at the tap, to a feeder as
specified in 240.21(B)(1) through (5).
(1) Taps Not Over 3 m (10 ft) Long. Where the length of the tap conductors does not exceed 3 m (10 ft) and the tap
conductors comply with all of the following:
(1) The Ampacity of the tap conductors (25 Amps in our case) is
a.
Not less than the combined computed loads on the circuits supplied by the tap conductors, and
b.
Not less than the rating of the device supplied by the tap conductors or not less than the rating of the
overcurrent protective device at the termination of the tap conductors.
(2) The tap conductors do not extend beyond the switchboard, panelboard, disconnecting means, or control
devices they supply.
(3) Except at the point of connection to the feeder, the tap conductors are enclosed in a raceway, which shall
extend from the tap to the enclosure of an enclosed switchboard, panelboard, or control devices, or to the
back of an open switchboard.
(4) For field installations where the tap conductors leave the enclosure or vault in which the tap is made, the
rating of the overcurrent device on the line side of the tap conductors shall not exceed 10 times the Ampacity
of the tap conductor.
(2) Taps Not Over 7.5 m (25 ft) Long. Where the length of the tap conductors does not exceed 7.5 m (25 ft) and the
tap conductors comply with all of the following:
(1) The Ampacity of the tap conductors is not less than one-third of the rating of the overcurrent device protecting
the feeder conductors (75 Amp maximum in our case).
(2) The tap conductors terminate in a single circuit breaker or a single set of fuses that will limit the load to the
Ampacity of the tap conductors. This device shall be permitted to supply any number of additional overcurrent
devices on its load side.
(3) The tap conductors are suitably protected from physical damage or are enclosed in a raceway.
(3) Taps Supplying a Transformer… Not Applicable
(4) Taps Over 7.5 m (25 ft) Long. Not Applicable
(5) Outside Taps of Unlimited Length. Not Applicable
Flexible liquid tight non-metallic conduit in lengths greater than six feet must be installed in accordance with
NEC 351-27.
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Connection
The AccuGuide assembly is provided in standard lengths of 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, and 20 feet. Each end of the
assembly will include an additional five feet of #10, 8, 6, or 4 AWG pigtails for connection to the service and
to the surge protective device (SPD). Gauge of the pigtail is based on the SPD lug size. See chart below for
units and acceptable wire ranges. An additional 10 gauge-grounding conductor is provided with the
AccuGuide assembly for use as an equipment ground.
Interceptor II Units
All Units - No Disconnect
SI016-025 – With Disconnect
SI032-100 – With Disconnect
LM Units
All Units - No Disconnect
LM060-080 – With Disconnect
LM100-250 – With Disconnect
Acceptable Wire Range
#14 – 2/O
#8 – 1/O
#14 – 2/O
Acceptable Wire Range
#14 – #2
#8 – 1/O
#14 – 2/O
Conduit
The AccuGuide assembly is sold without conduit. If conduit housing is required, the following conduit and
fitting sizes apply:
No. of Coaxial Cables
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Conduit Size (in.)
1/2
1
1
1 1/4
1 1/4
2
2
EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE
The ideal SPD installation locates the suppression as close to the protected bus as possible. This product was
designed to address those instances when a close installation is not possible. However, while the voltage drop
experienced with an AccuGuide assembly is significantly reduced, care should be taken to keep connection
lengths to a minimum.
Each end of the AccuGuide assembly is shipped with five-foot pigtails. The length is offered as a worst-case
need for the panel or switchgear end (our SPD will be much less than 5 feet). We recommend cutting the
pigtail to the shortest length possible.
!
CAUTION
Caution: Pigtails must be supported if pulling AccuGuide assembly through conduit. Grip only the
blue coaxial cable body when pulling the assembly through conduit. Do not pull AccuGuide assembly
using the pigtails or damage may occur.
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Dimensional Information
Interceptor II - Type SI Series
Interceptor II, Type SI
Surge
Capacity
016 – 025
032 – 050
060 – 075
100
Suggested
Breaker
60 A
80 A
80 A
100 A
Surge
Capacity
016 – 025
032 – 050
060 – 075
100
Suggested
Breaker
60 A
80 A
80 A
100 A
Wire Range
(AWG)
6–4
4–2
4–2
2 – 1/0
A
16
16
20
20
B
12
16
16
20
Dimensions (Inches)
C
D
8
17.25
8
17.25
8
21.25
8
21.25
E
9.5
10.0
10.0
14.0
F
0.44
0.44
0.44
0.44
Weight
(lbs)
35
49
55
85
F
0.44
0.44
0.44
0.44
Weight
(lbs)
45
58
85
95
Interceptor II, Type SI w/Rotary Disconnect
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Wire Range
(AWG)
6–4
4–2
4–2
2 – 1/0
A
16
20
20
20
B
16
16
20
24
Dimensions (Inches)
C
D
8
17.25
8
21.25
8
21.25
8
21.25
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10.0
14.0
18.0
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Hybrid Advantage - Type HA Series
Surge
Capacity
250
320
400
750
Suggested
Breaker
60 A
80 A
80 A
80 A
Wire Range
(AWG)
6–4
4 –2
4 –2
4 –2
A
20
24
24
30
B
16
20
24
24
Dimensions (Inches)
C
D
E
9
21.25
10.0
9
21.25
14.0
9
25.25
18.0
9
31.25
18.0
F
0.44
0.44
0.44
0.44
Weight
(lbs)
56
82
115
153
AccuVar Series
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Active Tracking Filter - Type ATF Series
Typical Cabinet Data (30 to 400Amps)
Current
Rating
30A
60A
100A
225A
400A
Model
XXX = VOLTAGE
Typical Cabinet Data (800 to 4000Amps)
Application
Dimensions (Inches)
Weight
A
B
C
D
E
F
Lbs
Kg
FxxxN/L30
FxxxS30
Single Phase
Split Phase
24.0
24.0
20.0
20.0
9.0
9.0
21.25
25.25
10.0
14.0
.44
.44
35
45
15.9
20.4
FxxxD30
Three Phase Delta
24.0
20.0
9.0
25.25
14.0
.44
50
22.7
FxxxY30
Three Phase Wye
24.0
20.0
9.0
25.25
14.0
.44
60
27.2
FxxxN/L60
FxxxS60
Single Phase
Split Phase
24.0
24.0
20.0
20.0
9.0
9.0
21.25
25.25
10.0
14.0
.44
.44
35
45
15.9
20.4
FxxxD60
Three Phase Delta
24.0
20.0
9.0
25.25
14.0
.44
50
22.7
FxxxY60
Three Phase Wye
24.0
20.0
9.0
25.25
14.0
.44
60
27.2
FxxxN/L100
FxxxS100
Single Phase
Split Phase
30.0
30.0
24.0
24.0
9.0
9.0
25.25
31.25
14.0
18.0
.44
.44
60
70
27.2
31.8
FxxxD100
Three Phase Delta
30.0
24.0
9.0
31.25
18.0
.44
70
31.8
FxxxY100
Three Phase Wye
30.0
24.0
9.0
31.25
18.0
.44
80
36.3
FxxxN/L225
FxxxS225
Single Phase L – N
Split Phase
30.0
30.0
24.0
24.0
9.0
9.0
25.25
31.25
14.0
18.0
.44
.44
60
70
27.2
31.8
FxxxD225
Three Phase Delta
30.0
24.0
9.0
31.25
18.0
.44
70
31.8
FxxxY225
Three Phase Wye
30.0
24.0
9.0
31.25
18.0
.44
80
36.3
FxxxD400
FxxxY400
Three Phase Delta
Three Phase Wye
48.0
48.0
36.0
36.0
12.0
12.0
49.25
49.25
30.0
30.0
.44
.44
275
300
125
136
Current
Rating
Model
XXX = VOLTAGE
Dimensions (Inches)
Weight
Application
A
B
C
Lbs
Kg
12.0
12.0
500
530
227
241
20.0
20.0
700
750
318
340
800A
FxxxD800
FxxxY800
Three Phase Delta
Three Phase Wye
60.0
60.0
1200A
FxxxD1200
FxxxY1200
Three Phase Delta
Three Phase Wye
60.0
60.0
48.0
48.0
48.0
48.0
2000A
FxxxD2000
FxxxY2000
Three Phase Delta
Three Phase Wye
60.0
60.0
48.0
48.0
20.0
20.0
875
950
397
431
4000A
FxxxD4000
FxxxY4000
Three Phase Delta
Three Phase Wye
60.0
60.0
48.0
48.0
20.0
20.0
1175
1300
533
590
NOTE: Consult factory for special instructions on caseless and switchgear models.
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Type SS Series
Voltage
Source
Split Phase
Three Phase
Suggested
Breaker
60 A
60 A
Wire Range
(AWG)
6–4
6–4
Dimensions (Inches)
B
C
D
E
13.32
6.6
14.75
10.0
17.32
9.6
18.75
12.0
A
15.32
19.32
F
0.32
0.32
Weight
(lbs)
26
43
Type LM Series
Surge
Capacity
060-080
100-125
150
200-250
Suggested
Breaker
40 A
40 A
80 A
100 A
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Wire Range
(AWG)
8–6
8–6
4–2
4–2
A
16
16
16
20
B
14
14
14
16
Dimensions (Inches)
C
D
8
16.75
8
16.75
8
16.75
9
21.25
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12.0
12.0
12.0
10
F
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.44
Weight
(lbs)
32
41
41
56
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PowerSure Medium Exposure - Type LPM 100-2 Series
PowerSure Medium Exposure - Type LPM 160 Series
0.500
4.000
0.375
3.500
8.750
8.000
GROUND BUSS
Ø.31 (4X)
DEDICATED
DISCONNECT
(OPTIONAL)
NEUTRAL BUSS
DISCONNECT/MAIN
BREAKER FOR PANEL
PHASE L3/C
PHASE L2/B
PHASE L1/A
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FOR LOADS TO
BE PROTECTED
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PowerSure Low Exposure - Type LPL Series
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POWER PROTECTION
Liebert Corporation • 1050 Dearborn Drive • PO Box 29186 • Columbus, OH 43229
Phone 607-724-2484 • Fax 607-722-8713 • US & Canada 800-288-6169
EMAIL: [email protected] • Web Site: www.Liebert.com
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